My room was nice and clean however the sink had a slow drain which seems to be common in this hotel. I've stayed here before and the other rooms have the same problem. Housekeeping was awesome, I would go to the gym, get coffee and my room was clean when I got back. My only complaint was the mean front desk lady that checked me in. I was too tired to get her name.
The resort itself is fabulous. Concierge staff amazing. Great variety of kids' activities! Great Lifeguard staff. Front desk staff left something to be desired...room not ready on time and initial agent was brusque and not helpful.
Time share rep offered us a free Sunday brunch but retracted it when we said we would not be attending the 90 min. presentation. Room was a nice size. Bed comfortable. Garbage disposal didn't work. Called maintenance - fixed. No hot water in kitchen sink. My husband had to turn on the hot water valve. Lighting in bathroom was horrible. Almost impossible to apply make-up. Bring your own light bulbs. Otherwise, the room was clean. The pool area was nice. Staff friendly and yes we would consider staying there again.
Traveller from US
This all-suites hotel stands on 30 acres across from the South Point Casino and 7 miles south of the Las Vegas Strip.More
Staff was helpful and courteous. The room was pleasant and clean. I thought the traffic noise might have been a problem but it was not. The only complaint was leaking around the faucet in wash basin. Shower was great and nice hot water. We will probably stay there on our next trip.
Property is conveniently located to freeway and Las Vegas strip. Property has 3 floors, nice, clean rooms, and friendly …More
According to the Nevada Gaming Association, the Strip's gaming area encompasses all resorts on Las Vegas Boulevard South between Russell Road and Sahara Avenue. The resorts include The Rio and The Palms, as well as smaller ones. Newer resorts such as South Point and the M Resort are about 8 miles away from the Welcome to Las Vegas sign, also part of this area.